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In this video, Princeton neurosurgeon Dr. McLaughlin explains the whats and whys of Chiari Malformation. Learn more about this often misunderstood and misdiagnosed condition.
What is a Chiari Malformation?
Chiari malformation is usually a congenital brain malformation which is characterized by impaired CSF circulation through the foramen magnum. The coordination center of the brain- called the cerebellum sinks below the opening of the skull- disrupting the normal fluid pathways leading to a buildup of Cerebro Spinal Fluid (CSF), resulting in headaches. This fluid buildup can also occur in the spinal cord and is then known as syringomyelia.
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